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In Our Summer Issue...
Text by Bob Wendorf
Photography by Randy Connaughton
Birmingham’s Japanese Gardens beautifully preserve a variety of architectural styles, cultural relics, and meditative landscapes, creating a unique connection between Alabama and the Land of the Rising Sun. Read more...
Requiem for Jimmie Lee Jackson
By Wayne Greenhaw
The watershed Selma–to–Montgomery March became an indelible image of the civil rights movement—drawing inspiration from the memory of a martyr. Read more...
Return to Holy Ground: The Legendary Battle Site Discovered
By Gregory Waselkov
On the eve of the two–hundredth anniversary of the Creek War, a new archaeological discovery prompts reassessment of Alabama’s early history. Read more...
By Ruthmary Williams
Ola Delight Lloyd Smith Cook, a human whirlwind of action, has been immortalized as the "First Lady of Oregon Labor," but her roots in activism for workers’ rights began in the South. Read more...
The Battle Is God’s (And He’s On Our Side):
Divine Providence in the Civil War
By George C. Rable
Quarter by Quarter
By Joseph W. Pearson, Megan L. Bever, and Matthew L. Downs
Southern Architecture and Preservation
"One Brick at a Time": Junior Rangers Learn Hands–On History
By Shirley Baxter
Listening for the Rebel Yell
By Elizabeth Wade
Reading the Southern Past
Civil Rights in Alabama: Urban and Rural
By Stephen Goldfarb
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